Your First Visit

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Driving Directions
: We are located at 301 North Orange Grove Blvd in Pasadena, CA. Click here for an area map and parking directions. For driving directions from your location, click here.

Sunday 7th Prius Principles 009Parking: Our parking lot is located in front of the church at 301 N. Orange Grove Blvd. There are several handicapped spaces available. The lot tends to fill early. Parking can usually be found by driving north through the lot on Westmoreland Place or on both sides of Orange Grove Blvd. and Walnut Ave. An overflow lot is available before noon at the Pasadena Museum of History at the opposite corner from the church on Walnut and Orange Grove. To be mindful of our residential neighbors, we kindly ask visitors not to park in front of residences or turn around in driveways on Arroyo Terrace or other residential streets.

Attire: We are a diverse congregation. Some people dress up and some dress casually. Wear what feels comfortable to you.

Jenny showing off prayer flagsFor Families with Children: We offer childcare for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Youth Religious Education classes are offered from children in kindergarten through high school. Your child(ren) are most welcome to join us.  Children are welcome in the service, though most are in our Religious Education classes. We also have a special area in our narthex (foyer) for families to worship together with their infants or younger children.

Sarah Blood guest preacher 2 smallGreeting: Each Sunday, our ministers stand in front in the main entrance to our campus (Orange Grove Blvd.) to greet each member and visitor as they arrive for service. As you walk towards the Sanctuary, our Welcome Committee volunteers will invite you to stop by the Welcome Table to get a nametag and fill out a guest registry. Consider stopping back by after service to learn more about the Church.

SanctuaryService: Inside the foyer (or narthex), ushers will hand you a hymnal, Order of Service, and Weekly Bulletin. Please feel free to sit wherever you are most comfortable. We have a hearing loop, assisted listening devices, large print hymnals, and other accessibility services available to enhance your visit. Our services last about an hour and include opening words, music from our choir, hymn singing (during which we stand), an offering, and sermon. After the service, follow the congregation out the main door to greet the ministers.

volunteerfairAfter Service: After the service, we invite you to join us for coffee and refreshments on our patio. This is a great time to meet new folks, learn more about social justice programs, pick up program flyers, purchase UU books and items, and learn about upcoming events and activities. Don’t forget to stop by the Welcome Table to learn more about the Church, sign up for the newsletter, and much more!